1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible “Fuelie”




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1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible “Fuelie” – Ellingson Motorcars

Stock #:

8603

Exterior Color:

Matador Red

Interior Color:

Perhaps the most recognizable change on the ’57 Chevy are the large fins protruding from the rear quarter panels that give the Bel Air a truly classic 50s look. Chevrolet also tweaked the look on the front ends, with a totally new looking grille and bumper layout as well as a flatter hood with dual wind splits. To differentiate from the lower-end 150 and 210 models, the Bel Air trim featured an elevated gold anodized “V” emblem on the front of the hood with matching trim in the three small indentations located on the front quarter panels behind the headlights along with a matching gold “V” emblem and gold “Bel Air” script on the trunk.

The exterior has been beautifully refinished in this Bel Air’s original color, Matador Red, which probably the quintissential colors available on these 57 Chevys. The chrome and brightwork around the exterior of the car is in fantastic show-worthy condition. This Bel-Air convertible sits on 4 wide whitewall bias-ply tires with gorgeous spinner hubcaps which completes the exterior look of the car.

In 1957, Chevrolet did redesign several key stylistic aspects from the previous year Bel Airs. Perhaps the most recognizable change on the ’57 Chevy are the large fins protruding from the rear quarter panels that give the Bel Air a truly classic 50s look. Chevrolet also tweaked the look on the front ends, with a totally new looking grille and bumper layout as well as a flatter hood with dual wind splits.





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